Neighborhood News
Welcome County Line Residents!
Please join us on March 16th, at 7PM via Zoom.  Log-in info can be found on the Calendar.
Congratulations to all of our December Light Contest Winners!
Members of the County Line HOA Board & ARC Committee met with the City of Elgin’s Public Works Director to share your concerns. 
**If you are interested in what was discussed on any of the above matters, please Log-In now and click on the tab, ‘Street Conditions’, to read more.**
See Something.  Say Something.
Suspicious activity has been observed in our community, specifically by our park area.
The County Line HOA Board requests your help to keep our community safe and if something does not look right, let us know.
         Unusual situations: A vehicle (dark colored, possible Dodge Journey) parked in an odd location (by the park area; flag pole area; either side of the drainage bridge; etc.) in out-of-the-ordinary situations and times. This includes extended loitering beyond a casual or professional interest without explanation. Some activities could be innocent - it’s up to law enforcement to determine whether the behavior warrants investigation.
Should you notice a person(s) removing our larger rocks or any other property from the drainage ditch at end of Blanco Woods Blvd. and Bandara Woods Blvd. on Lavaca Loop, report the suspicious activity to local authorities (City of Elgin Police Department @ (512) 285-5757) or contact Connect Community Management at (512) 900-1788. The rocks are to help prevent erosion and flooding from spreading to nearby properties.
We’re all in this together. Literally, because this is our community, our home!
Fire Safety
With kiddos and even parents home more than usual, this is a 
Great time to talk about "Fire Safety"
  • Do you have a plan?
  • Do your children know what to do if a fire breaks out? 
  • Do you have a "Meeting Place" in case your family gets separated? 
Click HERE for a great article about fire safety plans

We wanted to share with you some tips from our landscape contractor to
Help you get ready for spring. Click HERE to see what they say! 
Our community website was developed to serve as an informative resource for both our neighborhood and our local community. Please feel free to contact us with your comments and suggestions.
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